"I'm sorry for you all.."

"I'm sorry for you all.."

This is a discussion on "I'm sorry for you all.." within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; A remorseful killer... or a sociopath? Maybe he doesn't think that way...maybe it really is a play on words....I can't tell... I know this... I ...

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    "I'm sorry for you all.."

    A remorseful killer... or a sociopath?

    Maybe he doesn't think that way...maybe it really is a play on words....I can't tell... I know this... I wouldn't trust him...

    What the heck is oak talking about?

    This guy

    I don't know, it just struck me as something a real sociopath would say as opposed to a truly remorseful killer who acted out in a fit of (drug induced or otherwise) rage/passion/emotion...

    Especially when you see this little tidbit (from the article)

    Osborn was arrested in March 2010 after Johnson County sheriff’s deputies said they found McKay dead in a bedroom at 18 Expo Dr. and Osborn bleeding in his truck outside. He told detectives he had no idea why he killed her.
    Just one of those stories that struck a nerve...
    Rats!
    It could be worse!
    I suppose


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    they just need too light him up a like a 100w bulb
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    Why can't people just move on, when things aren't working, get out of the situation, you don't have to kill the other person and ruin your whole life in the process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barstoolguru View Post
    they just need too light him up a like a 100 bulb
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    Well if he "had no idea why he killed her," then I would probably rule out normal.
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    He had no idea why he killed her, then he'll have no idea why the needle is in his arm...no problem.
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    psychotic episode .... ??? .... quite possible.
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    I wonder how many murders would occurr if upon conviction the criminal was handed over to the surviving family members for punishment.Prison doesn't seem to be much of a threat to people that don't respect the law in the first place
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